Stamped Schedule 1

ExpressTruckTax has a solution to E-File IRS Form 2290 and get a stamped Schedule 1 as simple as possible. The Stamped Schedule 1 is required in order to register a vehicle. It can be very stressful to wait until the last minute to register your vehicle because you are waiting for the IRS to send you a stamped Schedule 1, because it if you mail the Form 2290 to the IRS, it can take 4-6 weeks before it is processed.  If you choose to physically take it to the IRS, the nearest office may be many miles away. There can also be very long waiting period at the IRS office of up to several hours.

The quickest and easiest way to receive your Stamped Schedule 1 is to E-File your Form 2290 at E-Filing has become more and more popular among taxpayers and tax professionals. The IRS itself recommends E-Filing as their preferred method for filing Form 2290.

Instead of waiting for hours or up to 6 weeks for the IRS to stamp your Schedule 1 and send it back to you, ExpressTruckTax will get your Stamped Schedule 1 within minutes of filing. When you login to the site, you can enter the information for your Form 2290, which will be sent to the IRS electronically. The IRS will then send the stamped Schedule 1 back to ExpressTruckTax, we will automatically email the Schedule 1 to you. You can also choose to have the Schedule 1 faxed to you.

The form will be transmitted with a watermark as well as an IRS E-File logo since the document will not be physically stamped. When ExpressTruckTax sends the Stamped Schedule 1 to the taxpayer, it will be sent as a pdf attachment. Although the form will not be physically stamped, the official E-File watermark serves as an official IRS stamp.

At, you can file your Form 2290 and receive your Stamped Schedule 1 within minutes. To E-File the Form 2290 online now, go to or contact our Express Tax Support Center in Rock Hill, SC at 704-234-6005 or email us at  We have Spanish Support too!

*NOTE: Any Returns E-Filed between December 26, 2012 and January 7, 2013, will not be processed by the IRS until January 7, 2013, due to their year end scheduled shutdown.


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